So we have numerous placement policies in place for certain clusters in our environment and I got to thinking after we started decommissioning older clusters and repurposing the blades for newer clusters. I am seeing a lot of violations in workload placement, which is what I expect to see if someone moved a vm where it shouldn't be. The question I have is how to update where the vm is now living and get rid of the nag message about the workload violation messages in the to do pane?
I tried disabling the workload placement policy and then re-enabling it, but that didn't work.
I have a sneaking suspicion I will need to disable the workload placement policy, then run a discover, then after the discover is complete, re-enable the placement policies and then run another discovery. Does this sound like it would be the next logical step to fix this?